Habanero Guajillo Pepper Sauce
Ingredients: Distilled white vinegar, red bell pepper, guajillo chile, habanero pepper, garlic, salt, onion powder, cumin, lime juice, xanthan gum
Smells bright, peppery and full of cumin, giving notice to your nose that this would pair well with a big bowl of chili or Mexican cuisine. And after a taste, my sniffer did not fail me this is a great sauce and compliments any South of the border food with virtuosity. This bright red, medium-thin hot sauce blasts your tongue with sensations of twangy vinegar, bright and spicy habanero chiles and the often-neglected guajillo peppers. Supporting roles from cumin, garlic, salt and onion powder make this a stand-out product. Its got wonderful heat and admirable versatility. Born to Hulas Habanero Guajillo Pepper Sauce is a damn fine sauce.
Born To Hula Ghost Of Ancho Hot Sauce
This award winning hot sauce features a blend of Ghost peppers and Ancho chiles. It has a full, rich and slightly smoky taste with hints of garlic and a solid heat that lingers.
Ingredients: Distilled Vinegar, Red Bell Pepper, Habanero Pepper, Ancho Chile, Garlic, Smoked Bhut Jolokia, Salt, Onion, Lime Juice, Xanthan Gum, Cumin
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Entry level maybe?
Might be a good introduction to really hot sauce , but to me its taste too much like vinegar and its not spicy enough. I think its not rated on the scoville scale yet , but i’d say its around 70k at best.
Love this sauce!
I purchased this sauce as a gift for my brother in the past, and when he gave me a taste of it, I had to get some for myself. I love the flavor of the Ancho Chiles in this sauce!
Taste amd smell are amazing, goes well with any mexican/arabic meal due to the good cumin aroma and freshness
Beautifully balanced and flavourful
Habanero Ancho Chili Sauce
Ingredients: Distilled white vinegar, red bell pepper, ancho chile, habanero pepper, ancho powder, garlic, salt, onion powder, cumin, lime juice, xanthan gum
This is probably my least favorite entry from Born to Hula, but its still a strong one. Just imagine taking CaJohns Oaxacan Sauce, diluting the flavor somewhat, and kicking up the burn and vinegar quotient up a few notches. Powerful ancho, garlic, lime juice, nice smoky and cumin-fueled heat. This too would be lovely on a Mexican-style dinner. Its similar to the aforementioned Habanero Guajillo Pepper Sauce, yet lacks the nearly perfect punch that it has.
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Born To Hula Reaper Of Sorrow Hot Sauce
Definitely NOT your grocery store Sriracha, this hot sauce carries with it the heat of Guinness World Record Holder, the hottest pepper in the world, the Carolina Reaper.
Ingredients: Red Jalapeno pepper mash , red wine vinegar, water, tomato paste, Reaper pepper mash , lemon concentrate, garlic, onion powder.
Manufactured by Born To Hula
Nice mild reaper flavour
This is an excellent sauce for a less-intensive carolina reaper flavour. Its got a nice bite and tang to it without a lot of ingredients to overshaddow the pepper. The only downside is the use of white wine vinegar, which does give it a really tart flavour. Very pleased !
Seems just right to me.
I’ve been using Born to Hula sauces for a while. All are very flavourful with interesting first taste to the aftertaste. This one is no exception and I enjoy it a lot.
I can see this one will go nice with some of the Asian or Mexican dishes I cook. The depth of flavour and the nice heat will work well.
BTW very fast shipping to the West Coast and well packed too.
Born To Hula Hot Sauce
Born to Hula was started in 2010 by Ed Bucholtz, almost 15 years after Ed graduated from culinary school in NYC. With a honed skill for pairing flavors and spices, Ed began experimenting with heat, almost immediately coming up with his first 3 hot sauce flavors:Cayenne,Habanero Ancho, and Habanero Guajillo.
Now over 10 years later, Ed and his team have produced many award-winning hot sauce products, making their hot sauce locally in Highlands, New Jersey.
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Review Born To Hula Hot Sauces
The New Jersey company of Born to Hula presents a quartet of hot sauces that are by no means original. If you give them a try yourself, you will no doubt feel that youve had all of these sauces a dozen times before. Theres a big but here Born to Hula takes these retreaded concepts and does them exceptionally well. Think of them almost as upgrades to a lot of familiar favorites: Cayenne Pepper Sauce, Habanero Ancho Chili Sauce, Habanero Guajillo Pepper Sauce and last but not least the smoked jolokia-infused Ghost of Ancho.
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